The art of inlaying in wooden furniture first became popular in Italy in the 15th century and was evolved by artists for centuries to come. Modern-day inlay is still often done by hand, as seen here in this exquisite piece.
Crafted from mango wood with a chestnut style finish, this stunning bedside cabinet has storage for your night time bits 'n' bobs.
Featuring a single pull-out drawer plus handy open slot shelf, the unit stands on four solid timber legs that gently flair outwards for added style and stability.
The decorative brass inlay has a zig-zagged geometric design which has been hand-set into the piece with care and pride. It creates a superb aesthetic to the piece which feels special and exclusive.